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. >>steve: the president's latest nomination running into major resistance from both parties. but somebody is stepping in to help. wait till you hear who is funding the fight. remember this guy? he got so drunk at a flight he had to be duct taped to his seat. if you thought the pictures were bad, wait till you see the video of him getting taped up. >>brian: "fox & friends" starts now. >>brian: i wonder if that guy was going on vacation? >>gretchen: he was apparently. he was going to the caribbean to meet his girlfriend. the only problem was he was groping other women on the flight. >>brian: that and the fact he drank an entire bottle of whiskey. the thing is if he wants to look at his vacation photos, everyone in america has them. the only thing about this story is i'd love to go to iceland. >>steve: he's going from iceland to new york eventually to the caribbean. >>gretchen: iceland was the hit place a couple of years ago. we saw a bunch of people in hot tubs. >>steve: natural springs. >>gretchen: then something happened. >>brian: i think the economy collapsed. >>gretchen: we've got to ge
it was on a plane. >>alisyn: that's better? >>steve: eric bolling in for brian who is on vacation. ali is in for gretchen. >>alisyn: what have you done with your staff? >>steve: they are on vacation. >>alisyn: a lot of news. there are brand-new concerns about killer whales that freed themselves from the ice in quebec. no one has seen them since. we watched that video of a family of 12 whales struggling to breathe out of a hole the size of a pickup truck. then the wind shifted and the water opened up -- the ice opened up and the grandmother whale, we're told, led them all to safety. but now aerial crews sent to track them cannot find the whales. killer whales can swim a mile before needing air. that is about 20 minutes. we'll keep an eye on this story and bring developments as soon as we get them. >>> there is enough evidence, we're told, to put the accused dark knight shooter on trial. he is expected to be arraigned today. but it is likely defense attorneys will ask for a delay. james holmes is accused of opening fire in a colorado theater last july killing 12 people and injuring 70. >
was not granted pay -- steve harrison says an hour twitter page -- the national journal has a piece available online focusing on at this and other issues that the president will be facing in his second term. the headline -- seven democratic senators in conservative states facing tough reelection bids in 2014 said that the president has already had some unpleasant stumbling blocks within his own party. and gun control, the white house is calculating that it will be exceedingly difficult to pass broad measures. that is according to the new york times. rockefeller announced his retirement on friday, making his seat vulnerable for the first time since 1959. this story is available at nationaljournal.com. emery joins us from michigan, the independent line. host: good morning. i just wanted to know, how does the american people think it is totally obama's galt we are in debt? we had things going on such as the war that caused so much money. that -- that cost so much money. we have jets, we have so much put out to protect us. how could people be so upset, wondering if obama will be able to go throug
nebraska senator bob kerrey and "the atlantic's" steve clemons. senator, it's always an honor to speak with you. the president today said chuck hagel is an american patriot when he announced the nomination of the former senator from your state to head the pentagon. let's take a listen. >> chuck hagel is the leader that our troops deserve. he is an american patriot. he enlisted in the army and volunteered for vietnam. to this day he bears the scars and shrapnel for battles he fought in our name. we see a decorated combat veteran of character and strength. they see one of their own. most importantly, chuck knows war is not an abstraction. he understands that sending young americans to fight and bleed in the dirt and mud, that's something we only do when it's absolutely necessary. >> well, senator hagel paid tribute to the men and women in uniform at the announcement today. let's listen to the nominee himself. >> mr. president, i am grateful for this opportunity to serve our country again and especially its men and women in uniform and their families. these are people that give so much to
to the guys behind me. >>> hello, surface i'm steve kornac kornacki. america's future or enemy? fracking is here to stay. >>> does it matter whether we call him president obama or just obama? >>> and i'm going to take you inside the oscars and tell you how to win your office pool this year. guess who's ever where you want to be? "the cycle." >>> 5,924,000 since the u.s.-led invasion in to afghanistan started and today presidents obama and karzai met to flesh out withdrawal plans. >> the reason we went to war in the first place is now within reach, ensuring that al qaeda can never again use afghanistan to launch attacks against our country. if we have a follow-on force of any sort passed 2014 it's got to be at the invitation of the afghan government and they have to feel comfortable with it. nowhere do we have any kind of security agreement with a country without immunity for our troops. >> this was their first face to face since the nato summit last spring in chicago. today was focused on defining the mission and hashing out who will have what authorities after 2014. talk of troop levels
house by tuesday. steve handelsman joins us live from capitol hill with more on the panel discussions today. steve? >> recommendations that the nra is almost certain to oppose, maybe in their entirety. it's still a very powerful organization here on capitol hill. the question is, has it lost any power or influence or maybe gained it in the way of the massacres in all erroro, at the school in connecticut and today's shotgun killing in california that left a student wounded. another s.w.a.t. team at a school, another shooting incident. the images hit the networks as vice president said he'll send to president obama on tuesday a proposal to change u.s. gun laws. >> diminish the probability that what we've seen will okur, and diminish the probability that our children are at risk in their schools. >> reporter: the nra is expected to recommend a -- and large-capacity clips, and setting up a stronger background check system. no exceptions for gun shows and the internet market, where 40% of guns get sold in and out without any check to stop sales to criminals or the mentally ill. a mass shoo
, there's something rather unusual about the second term shake-up. missing the shake-up. >>> i'm steve kornacki. have heard about this $2 trillion coin? >>> i'm s.e. cupp. did you know that the 14-billion-year history of the universe is found inside a rock. i thought it was in steve's brain. >>> i'm toure. it's the year of lincoln. surprising me a little bit but more locks than a hardware store. >> i haven't seen one of the movies and if you haven't either, don't be embarrassed. you were probably too busy watching "the cycle." >>> loyal lew. the president flushing out the second term cabinet today promoting the chief of staff jack lew to run the treasury. >> so for all of the talk out there about deficit reduction, making sure our books
be loosened, tightened, changed, or do you want to see them enforced in a different manner? steve is in las vegas, democrats line. hi, steve. caller: hi, good morning. the issue is, this could have been taken care of 30, 40, 50 years ago. i'm you need to do in this country was be genuinely be sincere about resolving the issue. all they need to do is speak to the native born mexican americans about the issues with the illegal -- the mexicans americans have been staunch, completely against foreign-born, illegal mexicans coming in here, taking the jobs, completely disrespecting the native-born mexican americans. never in any issue have they mentioned the mexican americans to c-span or fox or cnn. nobody talks about the mexican americans about how they feel about the foreign-born, illegal mexicans that are coming here disrespecting the employers in this country, go off the carpet for the foreign-born mexicans, and it's completely disrespect to mexican americans. host: steve, are you a mexican american? caller: yes, i am. i'm 5 years old. host: thanks for your call. let's look at some stats tha
. an anthropologist searching for answers and now cycling back here to share the incredible experiences. >>> i'm steve kornacki, finding out who gave me the flu. really. it's a sick new app. >>> all that plus what kids, kesha and congress have common. we're all about making connections here on "the cycle." all right. it's just 13 days to the inauguration and if you thought president obama's first term was polarizing, just wait for the second. for instance, his first term was polarizing despite obama's efforts. his second could be polarizing because of them. need proof? already the president's putting up his dukes nominating chuck hagel to run the pentagon. he slammed the door on debt ceiling negotiations demanding congress raise it without drama and says he's ready to be tough on gun control but remember the president doesn't have to worry about re-election ever again. so expect his second term agenda to look a lot like this. full of overtures to the base which criticized him over the last four years for caving to republicans. to help decipher what to expect in the next four years, we start with nbc's
steve elman dorve and rich gayland. i want to start with this job per se. the chief of staff is described as the second most powerful position in washington. would you agree with that assessment? >> yes, the title doesn't describe the span of control that the chief of staff has. such as chief of staff of the white house but chief of staff of the executive branch and his or her span is enormously broad. let me say something about what congressman rangel said. >> let me get to that. we'll ask you about the fact that the president has gone through four chiefs of staff in four years. there are other people in high stress jobs, tim geithner at treasury, hillary clinton at state who stayed on the whole time. is this a reflection on this president or just how grueling and critical this job has become? >> i think it's a reflection of how grueling and critical the job has become and how tough it is on people. i talked to someone leaving the white house yesterday. i said what are you going to do? i'm going to get a job where i don't have to get up at 5:00 a.m. every day. it never stops
from frostburg, maryland. independent line. caller: good morning, steve. i had a daughter that was murder ed and these people out there in newtown, connecticut -- my daughter was 5 years old. those parents will never be the same again. when the founders wrote the constitution for the second amendment they didn't have 50 caliber ak-47's and these other high assault rifles that were designed specifically to kill people. in our country we have too many sick people. my government continues to bow down to people like the n.r.a. and we need prudent, wise people making rules in our country now and quit butting down -- quit bowing down to these groups that are primarily in it for money. we have too many dying and too much sickness in the country. it needs to stop. somebody has to stand up and say enough is enough and use wisdom with the power they have in washington. host: thank you. are you still with us. caller: yes. host: what happened in your situati situation? 1979er: she was murdered in by a crazy person, another powe of america's crazy people. host: where was she killed? ca
. hold on. and then the story i read on the front page of the wall street journal, steve, it did make the arrangement that he did run the two divisions, one of which got into serious trouble in 2007, 2008. he wasn't the guy making the investment decisions that really caused such severe heartburn. i red read that in the wall street journal today. >> well, he was in charge of the operation and it lost money. whether he was making specific calls on investments, don't know. but you don't look at that reference and say, gee, this really makes him qualified to be the treasury secretary for the united states. >> all right. let's let ali weigh in. >> steve, good to see you. i'm not sure anyone who would nominate for treasury secretary that the editorial of the wall street editorial would but who knows. your history is one of a tax fighter. you've been a tax fighter forever. you're founder of the club for growth. >> right. >> you've got the same dna as grover norquist and pat toomey and guys like this. jack lew understands budgets. the fact of the matter is, this is a guy that can speak the ri
economics reporter steve liesman who joins us a little background. you going to give us a little drama, a little -- >> yeah, there seem to be at least two separate fault lines, andrew, at the fed over how much quantitative easing to do this year. the first one is the easy one. that's over the economic outlook. some officials see the economy meeting that test of substantial improvement in the labor market earlier than others do. that's the easy one. the more complicated split is among those who may or may not see the economy improving, but they're worried about growth in the balance sheet. i want to give you, from the minutes, the divisions at the fed. a few members of the fed say asset purchases are warranted until the end of 2013. a few others, we need considerable policy accommodation but give no specific time frame or total. they're probably the ones who are more oriented towards substantial improvement in the labor market. it's this last group that seems to be the new group. others, several others, they say it's appropriate to slow or to stop purchases well before the end of 2013,
are responsible for all the problems facing our country, but you sure are making them harder to fix. >> steve palazzo, one of the no votes on sandy relief, tried to get funding for his own state after hurricane katrina. turns out he's got company. think progress put together a list of 37 house republicans who voted against sandy funding but who have in the past supported federal disaster funds for their home states. >>> a new ppp poll asked people to compare congress with some other realities of american life. the good news is here are a few things congress beat out in terms of popularity. playground bullies, meth labs, and lindsay lohan. anyway, the bad side, congress came out less popular than this stuff. nfl replacement refs, used car salesmen, and root canals. overall favorability for congress stands at 9%. that's out of 100%. >>> bill maher is not done needling mitt romney. >> the election is behind us. mitt romney is -- what's going on? the career over for him in politics? >> you know, that's what everybody says. i am not of that opinion. he's going to be running again forever. >> he wo
've continued to go through these months. but if there's a shutdown, that would be an abrupt stop. >> steve charles cofounded contractor the group and he says there would be layoffs if the government isn't in a position to re-up contracts or award new ones in the next few months. other defense companies instituted hiring freezes while they wait to see what happens. >>> its is 5:35. time for another your money report now. >> and jessica doyle is back with a look at the local economic future. >> that's right. that's right. well remember when it was easy to find a job and you could sell your house with relative ease? the hard part was actually bidding on a new house. it hasn't been like in a really long time. we've gotten used to the new normal economy that's slowly mugging along and really don't expect the new normal to go away anytime soon. a new forecast is out from the centers for regional analysis at george mason university and it predicts the washington area economy has two more tough years ahead. very little improvement in economic growth expected this year and when it does start to pic
. [ male announcer ] adt. always there. >> alisyn: are you going to be purchase ago dog today? >> steve: no, but perhaps i should get some mouth wash. [ laughter ] those are beautiful. we'll talk to lisa peterson from the akc in the after the show show. eric and ali. >> alisyn: see you tomorrow on "fox & friends". aren't we on this flu. fox news alert on a friday, everybody. chances are you know someone affected by this nasty wave of flu. the government calls it the outfrak -- outbreak a classic epidemic. we're waiting from the centers for disease control. martha: good morning, everybody. i'm martha maccallum. this is the story. the flu is spreading across much of the country. 41 states reported high numbers of infection. look at that spreading all over the place. massachusetts is one of the hardest hit areas. boston, one of the nation's largest cities. it is a big concern. bill: the vaccine supply already said to be running low. jonathan serrie live in atlanta where the cdc is head qaur ird. -- headquartered. is that the term, jonathan. >> reporter: cdc is staying away from epidemic. the f
steve allen was on. that's when jack paar was on. that's when johnny carson was on. look at you. you're a real film director now. >> reporter: kimmel's been doing this ten years. he's now ready. >> there were times when i hoped the show would be canceled, you know? >> reporter: why? >> because it's brutal. it's a lot easier now than it was. the celebrities know who i am. that's a big part of it. there's times when i'd sit there and interview a guest and have a difficult time getting their attention. >> reporter: now, nearly everyone knows who he is. >> kids are really all i have left. they don't know who i am. they don't know where i'm coming from or where i'm getting at. so, i like to talk to them. what is the difference between a boy and a girl? >> reporter: we just watched you spend a whole day trying to make children say bathroom words. this is a job? >> this is what i do for a living. it's ridiculous, i know. >> reporter: i think you should drop the bit when you disappoint children. >> you do? you don't like that? what happened to you as a child that strikes a nerve? is there so
all, but do this cluster right here. >> i'm steve, with the marijuana policy project, and one of the lead drafters of the initiatives in colorado. i first -- hi, troy, how are you? >> good to see you. [laughter] >> i wanted to address troy what you said about the 2009 -- >> how bad was it? >> policy measures here. just outdated the law passed in 2010 mandated background checks of owners with dispensaries so the owners now are completely felony free and legitimate. that leads into my question that i'll pose about the process, and the obama administration has not attempted to meet with the drafters of the initiative or really any stake holders in colorado or washington and wondering whether that's an appropriate way to determine or settle the state, federal conflict. >> it's been busy lately. let's -- any others here? the gentleman here. make them quick if you don't mind. >> sure. neil franklin, director of law enforcement against prohibition. hear about leadership, again, steve mentioned leadership. special markets, this is the impotent congress, no leadership there. is this an
. host: this next caller is steve in missouri. caller: the slide that showed just a moment ago represents the state of our country. if you really look at it, we are losing the group that was the most self-reliant in this country. and the other folks are becoming more and more dependent upon government. the other comment i would like to make is that if we would change the programs so that politicians actually had to rely on these programs as well as the rest of the country, maybe there would be some motivation to change the programs. guest: that is an interesting point. the silent generation, has some of them call them, those folks who are pre-baby boom, but post- .reatest generation projec a lot of them came of age in the truman and eisenhower years. it is a generation that has been a bit more skeptical of government all along. they have never been terribly supportive of the government is expanding and taking on a bigger role. not so much as the generation that preceded them, who came out of the new deal era and world war ii and sought a much more powerful role for government in our socie
steve katz. why do you support that the county don't ought to be giving this information to the press? >> i think that what the journal news has done is so irresponsible. we've seen it already in westchester and in rockland, you've got, for example, a woman who is in my district called up, she has been plagued by a stalker for years. she moved for two years, she was safe, hasn't heard a thing. after this list was published, two days later she received a hundred phone calls that were hangups. that's horrifying. and so, that's just one example what we're hearing in rockland county, you're hearing about law enforcement agencies and corrections officers who the inmates are telling them that we now know where you live. >> let's just be honest, the journal news didn't do this in order to enhance public safety, this was an editorial of sorts designed to make the point that gps are scary and legal gun ownership is a threat to our safety? >> worse than that they basically made a dream map for perpetrators, for criminals, for stalkers. this is an interactive map that shows where they live. you
to this movie from the marcellus shale corporation. steve forde "it's a complete work of fiction. this movie may run in theaters for several weeks, maybe a couple of months but the work of our industry is going to continue for generations to come." look obviously is the movie is a work of of fiction. but the science in the movie? is that fiction? >> well, the science of contamination from natural gas drilling and oil drilling and fracking is very, very clear. the industry has been studying how their wells leak and fail for decades. and they know that they leak and fail. and we've discovered those documents. and they're right there for the public to see. we know that 5% of their well casings fail within immediately upon drilling. and that 50% of them fail over 30-year period. >> okay. >> so this type of thing from the marcellus shale coalition is exactly what the movie is describing. that they'll come out and tell you black is white. >> i'm going to tell you, though. it's interesting. if you go into the state of pennsylvania to see this movie, that same group we were just talking about, the marce
tv. we will have to move on to steve in northampton, pa., on the independent line. caller: i have been working since i was 18, and i am now 50. every year since then everything with the health insurance has been pretty good for me and my family. but what i do not understand is what the health-care mandates and insurance companies receiving, which is essentially a tax from each individual in the country, to offset other cost for insurance companies, and i know the insurance companies to a lot of experimentation and stuff like that for future cures, and they do spend the money in those areas, but what i am concerned about is our government has not shown the bill to the people in fall of what exactly the expenses are going into the future. up in canada i know for a fact that if i was in an accident some more or had a fishing accident, and i was from out of the country, they would treat me first. i know for a fact that through the government health care of their, their tax system is believe each family's budget dry. they have a waiting period sometimes where you could be in the hospit
to a nurse. go ahead, steve. caller: i think the mandatory vaccine is ridiculous, forcing employees to do that. the vaccine has heavy metals, mercury. a lot of people don't know that. another thing that most people don't understand is all these flu shot are doing is causing viruses mutate quicker than what they would normally do. viruses mutate very fast wears bacteria does not. by pumping yourself with artificial vaccines, which only protect you against six strains to eight strains and there's over 250 strains out there, you're not really accomplishing anything. if you have to help the immune system, i suggest not getting them. i have never had the flu in 12 years and have never taken a flu shot. it's ridiculous. people need to research and figure this stuff out and quit believing what everybody's telling them. host: do you belong to a union? caller: i do not. host: do you have union representation at your facility? caller: i really don't know, because i don't work at a hospital anymore. i do home health care. i just researched this stuff today because i refuse to believe what people tel
that the freshman congressman, steve stockman of texas, said he was actually going to proceed in that course. whats the administrations reaction -- >> the position the president continues to have on the commission that he created was that it provided a very important framework to move forward on deficit reduction. i dont know -- i trust your reporting about the interest of some house republicans in putting that forward. id be interested to hear what chairman ryan has to say about it since he sat on the simpson-bowles commission, as did i believe other house republicans, and they all voted no. so it is important to remember -- and i think a lot of people when they talk about the commission that the president set up, that that commission called for significantly higher revenues than the president has called for and significantly deeper defense cuts than the president called for; and, actually, in the first 10 years, fewer savings from entitlement programs than the president has called for. so when you get into the details of it, you have to wonder whether or not support from republicans would really
for best picture. deadline.com's steve hammond points to a handful of contenders. >> "les miserables" is certain to be nominated. "argo" and "zero dark thirty" will be nominated. >> jennifer lawrence, bradley cooper and robert de niro, has endured an oscar dry spell. >> robert de niro has not been nominated for 21 years. >> among the possible nominees, one movie stands out as a question mark. what will oscar voters make of quinton tarantino's "django unchained" >> it could get a ton of nominations or virtually nothing. it's either or. >> reporter: critics have not been silent. some of them accusing tarantino of travelizing slavery. >> it's such a box office hit that could only hurt. >> reporter: the controversy should make for a suspenseful oscar nomination announcement. >>> and that announcement will come in just a few hours. we'll have it live here on cnn in a special we're calling "the nomination" this morning. that starts at 8:00. soledad and a.j. hammer will be in new york. i'll be here in los angeles. we'll have the oscar nominations live. now, we talked about best picture. you
gave up and the other one is still going. steve squire's from cornell said put it in writing that what those to have done in the past five years could have been done in one week if we have human intelligence. we are in a second time delay to control those robots. that's what i'm proposing. we go to the moon of mars so we control those robots. just like we do not from the earth's surface of the earth but recently announced a stable point on the far side of the moon so that we can look at the south pole where there are traders that hold a lot of shadows. it's very cold, there or ice crystals, and that's where the u.s. wants to establish a base on the moon. if we forget about the moon and don't go there with anything, do you think that will happen? no because china will decide where the base is going to be. we know more about the moon than any other country. we've been there. why should we turn over leadership? and it's going to take a strong leader to the search that we will build the infrastructure to help other people. we should put the first habitation not for people to go there but s
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